Essex Hearing Aids Ltd. has been serving the hard of hearing across Essex, Suffolk and East London since 1971.
The personal touch
We appreciate that it can be difficult to come to terms with hearing loss and make the decision to wear a hearing aid for the first time. It calls for a personalised plan of care from a professional and friendly adviser.
We work closely with you to answer all your questions and help you overcome any concerns, for as long as you need us.
Dealing with hearing loss
Hearing loss affects everybody differently; our experience means that you will be treated as an individual, with very specific needs.
Your journey back to better hearing will be tailor-made for you, your lifestyle, and your budget.
Your hearing is crucial to your health, your emotional well-being, and your social life. You deserve to have it looked after by a professional who cares.
As Registered Hearing Aid Dispensers (RHAD), we are regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), which ensures that we meet the stringent national standards.
We attend regular training sessions all over the UK to ensure that we're completely up to date with the very latest products and procedures.
We remain completely independent from any single manufacturer. This means our customers can always be certain that the advice and products we provide are truly what's best for them, rather than what we are contractually obliged to sell.
We offer a wide range of accessories that make connecting your hearing aids with your everyday technology an absolute breeze.
Finally, we pride ourselves on our professional and friendly service that includes free, comprehensive hearing tests, expert fitting and excellent aftercare.
Our hearing team
Paul Gurney RHADHearing Care Professional
I have been a qualified RHAD since 1996, and have helped my patients through every kind of hearing loss. My role involves conducting hearing tests, and the supply, fit and maintenance of hearing aids. We are completely independent so we can deal with all the major manufacturers and choose the best product for each patient. We also work for insurance companies, replacing lost and damaged hearing aids. Our focus is being an approachable family business with a major emphasis on service to our patients.
Andrew Noremberg RHADHearing Care Professional
I decided to change careers in 2014 as I wanted to join the family business with my mother and step father. I qualified as a Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser with Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge; finishing my course in 2016. I have since gained much experience dealing with the hearing needs of my patients, and learning about all the different hearing aids from the major manufacturers. I’m really pleased I made the change as it is very rewarding work.
Sue GurneyCustomer Care
I look after the customer care and office side of the business. I book the appointments for our RHADs, so it’s likely to be me you’ll speak with if you want to book a free hearing test or a fitting. I deal with all the paperwork and offer general help and guidance to our patients. Over the years I have got to know many of our patients, over the phone, and it is really nice when I get to meet them in person.